Chamber of Commerce offering advice to those needing support
Manx businesses are better prepared for lockdown than they were in 2020.
That's the view of the Isle of Man Chamber of Commerce after local firms were instructed by government to have staff work from home where possible, while non-essential shops and leisure companies had to close.
The organisation is offering help and advice to those looking to access the Treasury's support schemes.
CEO Rebecca George says many already had plans in place in case a second lockdown was needed: